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HTC One render and sample image leak

HTC One render and sample image leak

Previously known as the HTC M7 that we've heard so much about, some more details about the HTC One have leaked out, specifically a new rendering and a sample image from the new device, courtesy of EVLeaks. The render claims to show off a full frontal of the rumored smartphone, while the sample image gives us a potential glimpse of what to expect from the camera when HTC's new flagship arrives, presumably a little over a week away.

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HTC teases something new, most likely the M7

HTC teases something new, most likely the M7

We're getting ever so closer to Mobile World Congress, which is set to begin later this month. All of the big Android device manufacturers will be their touting their new smartphones, tablets, what have you. However, HTC is planning their own little shindig a bit earlier on February 19. Today HTC's German division is teasing us with what is possibly a small peak into what they have brewing for the upcoming event, and we think it's the M7 that everyone's talking about.

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Xbox 720 rumored to block used games

Xbox 720 rumored to block used games

This may very well be the year of new gaming consoles, folks. Sony has a PlayStation event planned for February 20 where we could finally see the PlayStation 4, and it's also likely that we'll hear more about Microsoft's Xbox 720 at E3 2013 in June. Rumors have already been pouring in, but several new rumors have come in just this morning, including the speculation that the next Xbox may include technology that will block used games from being played.

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iPad 5 to be smaller than usual, thinner bezel on the way

iPad 5 to be smaller than usual, thinner bezel on the way

Earlier today, we pointed out some photos of what look to be the shell of the iPad 5 right up next to the iPad mini that we all know about. Nothing seemed too off at that point, until people started to notice that the size difference between the two tablets shown in the photos wasn't that great. It appears that the iPad 5 will come with the same 9.7-inch display, but Apple may slap it into a smaller package.

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